WaterIQ Technologies’ BioPulse 1000TM, is an ultrasonic biofilm appliance that prevents biofilm formation on underwater surfaces and thereby deprives downstream invasive species such as zebra mussels of their food supply. The BioPulse 1000 represents the industry’s first purpose-built ultrasonic solution dedicated entirely to retard biofilm formation and can be found in drinking water treatment utilities, wastewater treatment plants, lakes and ponds, and winery wastewater treatment ponds.
Biofilm constitutes a collection of microorganisms that grow on many surfaces. At a macro level, it can look like homogenous slime. The problem is that biofilm becomes a food source up the food chain for invasive species such as zebra mussels. Zebra mussels are a non-indigenous species in many parts of the world, changing the landscape and making areas unwelcome. They also clog and block critical water treatment infrastructure. Conventional treatment can include the use of chemicals to rid bodies of water from zebra mussels. WaterIQ Technologies believes that chemicals are not the answer. Unlike chemicals, WaterIQ Technologies ultrasound solutions don’t directly kill zebra mussels. Instead, it simply removes their food source, making it far more difficult for them to multiply and flourish. The WaterIQ Technologies BioPulse 1000 incorporates next-generation ultrasonic technology that provides the performance and reliability to stop biofilm from forming on surfaces. In addition, the optional pairing with advanced telemetry, IoT technology, and monitoring via the Cloud provides remote crews with the unit’s operational status.
Faced with aging infrastructure and labor shortages, the BioPulse 1000 helps protect drinking water treatment plants from Biofilm formulation and its negative impact on operations.
BioPulse 1000 defends against the formulation of Biofilm and the downstream effects of invasive species such as Zebra Mussels in wastewater treatment plants that are already facing challenges from aging infrastructure, labor shortages, and strict regulations.
Government bodies and local owners of lakes and ponds can effectively defend against biofilm forming on underwater surfaces and resulting invasive species such as Zebra Mussels in lakes and ponds by using the BioPulse 1000.
Contact us to start the process of evaluating how BioPulse 1000 can work in your facility or body of water. We’re ready to defend against biofilm when you are.